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THE HAWK 



BOARD OF EDITORS 

Carroll Marcus Editor-in-Chief 

James A. Ellzy Associate Editor 

Cynthia Alton Business Manager 

Addison Wallace Sports Editor 

Gereldine Chase Staff Correspondent 

Rose Dailey Lay-Out Editors 

John Barber 
Bernie People 

Calvin Thomas Assistant Lay-Out Editor 

Charles Joyner Art Editor 

Ronald Jones Assistant Art Editor 

Jason C. Grant Faculty Advisor 



1964 - Maryland State College - 1965 

Princess Anne, Maryland 



Dedication 



To a lacK \\ hose inward beaut\' shines forth in warmth and 
giaee; 

To a gentle woman ot sincerity, sympathy, and humor; 

To a ser\ant of Maryland State College who has never 
w orked to ser\e her prixate goals, who has ever been faithful in 
action and clear in honor; 

To a friend whose lo\'e for Maryland State College and 
its students has been exemplified in years of selfless devotion to 
our common welfare, a friend who has never refused a request 
for help and, time after time, has gone beyond duty's call in 
serxice to all; 

To a real lad>' and friend, we dedicate this issue of The 
Ha\\k to 

MRS. INA Q. STEELE 




An ffficient da> s work at the 
office 



All work and no play? No! 
Mrs. Steele enjoys cock- 
tails at a faculty Cocktail 

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Mrs, InaQ. Steele 
Hruona the firm 
believers, "We 
shall over come." 



PRESIDENT JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 

A man of unshaken faith and the courage to 
bring a vision into reality. 



The Go\ ernor of the State of Manland 
The Honorable J. Millard Tawes 




Not only does the office distinguish the 
man, hut also the man the office. 



The Board of Regents For Higher Education 




Mr. Charles P. McCormick 
Chairman 




Mr. Edward F. Holter 
Vice Chairman 





Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 
Executive Officer 




Mr. Harry H. Nuttle -Treasurer 





Dr. B. Herbert Brown — Secretary 




Dr. Louis I. Kaplan 
Assistant Secretary 




Dr. William B. Lone 



Mr. Thomas W. Pangborn 



Judge William Walsh 






Mr. Richard W. Case 



Dr. Thomas B. Svmons 



Mrs. Sara A. Whitehurst 



Foreword 



The 1965 HA^^■K has been published primarily to provide those of the 
Nhmland State College Community with a pictorial record of the persons and 
events that pervaded our campus during the 1964-65 school year. We are well 
aware of the many intangibles that often give added color to activities, en- 
virons, and personalities but somehow defy recording in black and white. 
Nevertheless, we hope that our endeavors may, in some small way, help pre- 
serve friendships and associations which we all hold so dearly. If this book 
will ser\e to bridge the past and bring to mind the priceless memories of joy 
and pleasures of the past year, it will have served its purpose. 

There are those without whose efforts and contributions, the 1965 
HA\^"K uould not ha\e been possible. The staff would like to thank all of you. 

THE 1965 HAWK STAFF 



Table Of Contents 



DEDICATION 2 

ADMINISTRATION 9 

FACULTY 12 

THE SENIOR CLASS 24 

SENIOR DIRECTORY 37 

THE JUNIOR CLASS 43 

THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 50 

THE FRESHMAN CLASS 64 

CLUBS 77 

ORGANIZATIONS 87 

FEATURES 97 

SPORTS 121 





Presents 



THE FACULTY AND STAFF 





Dr. Ne\ille A. Baron 
College Physician 



Mr. Robert H. Beasley 
Maintenance Superintendent 





.Mrs. M. Barbee Boone 
Dean of Women 



Mr. Raleigh W. Bowen 
Director of Food Service 



Mrs. f)]ic- A. Carpenter 
Librarian 




Mr. Francis H. Harris 
Dean of Men 





Mr. Charles C. Jacobs 

Director of Public Relations 

French 




Mrs. Ina Q. Steele 

Administrative Assistant 

to the President 




Rev. W. Tycer Nelson 
College Minister 



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Mr. William J. Wilson 
Business Manager 



Mrs. Violet J. Wood 
Director of Admissions 











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ames B. Abram. Jr., B.S.. M.S. 
Biology 



Raymond P. Algatt, S.B. 
Mechanic Arts 




Clifton J. Anderson, .\.B., A.M. 
Physical Education 



Elizabeth S. Bell, A.B.. A.M.. Ph.D. 
Head, English and Languages 





Erna G. .Austin, A.B., A.M. 
English 




Theodore Briggs, B.S., .M.S. 
Mechanic Arts 





Mary Fair Burks, B.S.. M.A. 
Enslish 



William H. Clelland, B.S.. M.S. 
Mechanic Arts 




Ethel S. Cottman, A.B. 
English 





Howard Davis, A.B.. M.S. 
Physical Education 



Fred Eikel, A.B., A.M. 
English and German 





Alethia A. Elps, B.S., M.S. 
Home Economics 



Albertha M. Ferguson, B.A., M.B.A. 
Business Education 





Roosevelt Gilliam, B.S., M.S. 
Head Football Coach 



Jason C. Grant, ;3r<l., A.B., .M.S. in L.S. 
Librarian 



Alma L. Gre^K, A.B., A..M. 
Coordinator, Music Department 



Delores L. Mines, A.B., A.M. 
Physical Education 







William O. Hull, B.S., M.S. 
Mathematics and Physics 



Cecelia E. Humphrey, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Head, Home Economics 




Edward F. Hutchinson, B. Mus. 

Music 



Eva Jessye, A.A. Mus. D. 
Music 





William P. Hytche, A.B., M.S. 
Mathematics 



George R. Kent, A.B., A.M. 
History 





T. Waldo Kiah, A.B., Ed.M. 
Education 




J-C. King, B.S. 
Mechanic Arts 





W . AiiKustus Low, A.B., A.M., PIi.D. 
Head, Social Sciences 



William A. Lynk, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Head, Natural Sciences & Mathematics 



Claud C. Marion, B.S., .M.S., Ph.D. 
Agricultural Education 




yenwn E. .McCain, A.B., M.S. 
Mathematics 




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James S. McCormick, B.S. 

Captain U.S. Air Force 

Air Science 




Grace S. Morton, B.S., M.S. 
Home Economics 



Harry W. Paine, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 

Mathematics 





Charles E. McMillin, B.S., M.S. 

Lt. Colonel, U.S. Air Force 

Head, Air Science 




Jimniie Mosely, A.B., M.Ed. 
Art 



Addison L. Perkins, B.S., M.S. 
History 





Elmer S. Rieck, B.S., M.S.. Ph.D. 
Education 




F. Harrell Smith, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 
Head, Agriculture 




Vernon W. Stone, A.B., .M.h..A., Ph.D., KcL.Vl. 
Head, Business 




Samuel W. Rocker, B.S., M.A. 
Business 




Anita O. Stewart, B.S., M.S. 
Biology 

Charles O. Stout, A.B., M.S., Ed.D. 
Head, Mechanic Arts 




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John \'. Strickland, A.B., M.S. 
Agriculture 




Nathaniel C. Taylor, A.B., M.A. 
Physical Education, Asst. Dean of Men 



Robert P. \'arle> , A.B., B.D., M.Th., D.Th. 
English 




Jame.s A. Sulli\an 
Mechanic Arts 




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Richard H. Thoma.s, B.S., M.Ed. 
Mechanic Arts 




Mo.ses W. Vaughn, B.S., M.S.. Ph.D. 
Agriculture 





Teshonie G. Wa»u\ , A.B., M.S. 
Education 




Devenia P. Wallace, B.S., M.S. 
Home Economics 




Don.thy Waters, A.B. 
Enulish 




Tlioiiias II. Wilfi 
Photography 





Joseph Biitton 
Administrative Assistant, AFROTC 



Darlene S. Abiani, B.A. 
Assistant, Office of Admissions 



Carrie D. Chisolm 
Secretary 





Elizabetli Corder> 
Secretary 



Ella Pearl Doane 
Dormitory Matron 









. Leon Gates, A.B. 
Business Office 



Phyllis Goldsborough 
Telephone Operator 








E\angeline J. Harris 
Assistant Dean of Women 



Anne Howard 
Secretary, Agriculture-Home Economics 



G. Annette Mann 
Secretary, Business Office 





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Rebecca Newsome, R.N. 
College Nurse 



Lutheiine B. Smith 
Assistant Dean of Women 





Mary A. Stewart 
Secretary to the Dean of the College 



William Wellons, Jr. 
Business Office 



Thomas B. Wilburn, B.A. 
Business Office 







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MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE ALMA MATER 
Words and Music by Daniel L. Rideout, Sr. 

To thee, dear Alma Mater, 

We raise our grateful song. 

Thou, through thy noble teachings 

Hast made thy children strong; 

And thousands still shall praise thee, 

All earth shall hear their swell. 

And bind our hearts yet closer, 

To thee we love so well. 

We love thy spacious campus, 
We love thy tow'ring halls. 
Arid hallow'd are the lessons 
V\e've learn'd within thy walls. 
Stand thou forever glorious, 
Fidl rob'd in livjng green; 
Shine thou in endless splendor 
Beneath thy trees serene. 

i^-lraiu 
Mar\l,iii(l, Marvland, home ol Maroon and Gray 
.\Iar>lan(l, .Maryland, thee we will love alway. 
All hail to thee, fair .Maryland, 
All glory be to thee! 
(Jrfjw thou in strength and lioMor 
'Ihrough all fterrjity! 




Elizabeth L. Nutter, '6 

Presents f\L 

THE SENIOR CL^S 







Zelma T. Adams 



Cvnthia D. Alton 



Rose Bacote 





Robert Batson 





Thelma Bell 




Sherman HerneU 



(•;l-Mia H( 



Elmer Brooks 





Thomas Brvant 



Sharon E. Cann 



Theresa Cheeks 






Delores Chippey 



Earl Christy 



Evelvii Collins 






Emel Cromwell 



William Darling 



Edward Da\is 





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Josephine Da\'is 



Richard Davis 



Margrette Davage 






Patricia Ellis 



George Fenwick 



Clarena Geer 




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iJouglas Goodwin 



Barbara Cireen 



Alplionso L. Hammond 






Norma Harris 



Scottland Harris 



Thomas Hay 





Timothy Hay 



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Doris W. Hohnes 




Raymond Jackson 






Ronald Jarrett 



Ambrose Jearld 



Frances Johns 






1ac(iueline D. Johnsc 



\ ii'Uie Johnson 



Hott\ 






James C. Jones 



lielnia Jone^ 



Frances KelI^ 





Morgan Kelly 



l-)oris Kent 



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(Jiarence Kemp 



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Maiiiit' D. Kilgore 




Edna Lowe 





John Knight 




Carroll L. Marcus 





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Lero\' Lewi 




Sterling Marshall 




Joseph Mason 



Ronald McCullogh 



Wilhelmina Mears 




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\\'aiTen Morgan 



Robert Xewton 



Leon Nunnalh 






Elizabeth Xutttr 



Harrod Owen 



Celestine Polk 






Clarence E. Polk 



W'illiiiiM l-'owcjl 



Elaine Ranclaii 




Earl Richardson 



Earl Rogers 



Alfonso Seabrook 







Alfonso Selbv 



Kennetii Simpler 



George Sisco 






Jessie Smiley 



James Smith 



Glendola Stanley 






Delore> S\diH 



Earl Ta\l( 



Clvde W. Thomas 






James Thmiia'^ 



Percv Thomas 



Jerome Thompson 






firf;alv Thoririari 



Alvir] Tincli 



Nathaniel Tolson 






Bona WacIcK 



Li-iu> Wainvvright 



Charles Walker 






Clifton \\alker 



Addison \\ allan 



Ann WalJinuton 





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Woody War( 



Mai\ Washintito 



Mehin W atkins 






lames W eein> 



Bett\ Williams 



EdwanI W I Ilia 






Jo.f-ph Willian 



Ik'lcii Woods 



Haswell Young 





J^e!c>is SHiiiiflfrs 



Seniors await Krcslimen for Frcvslmicu Oricntati 



Senior Directory 



ADAMS, ZELMA- Social Science 

1512 N. Linwood Ave., Balto., Md. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha (Dean of Pledgees), French Club, 

Fine Arts Club, Student Counselor, Women's Council, 

Archerv, Tennis. 



BROOKS, ELMER- Physical Education 

Route 1, Box 9,5 A, Worton, Md. 

Physical Education Club, Kappa Alpha Psi, 

Senate. 



Men's 



ALTON, CYNTHIA- Business Education 
635 Linnard Street, Balto., Md. 

Women's Council, Alpha Kappa Mu (Pres.), The Led- 
ger (Editor), Delta Sigma Theta, Student Counselors, 
The Hawk, (Bus. Manager), Who's Who. 



BRYANT, THOMAS F.- Industrial Arts 
25 Loretta Ave., Inwood, New York 
Track, "M" Club, Industrial Arts Club. 



BACOTE, ROSE ELAINE -Music Education 
411 Eastland Ave., Kingstree, S.C. 
French Club, Choir, Women's Council, Choir Librar- 
ian, YWCA, Stagecrafters, Band, Wesley Foundation. 



CANN, SHARON -Business Education 

208 Calvert Street, Chestertown, Md. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority (Trea.), Phi Beta Lamda, 

YWCA, Women's Council. 



BAKER, WILLIE L.- Social Science 

155 Gilbert Ave., Bridgeton, N.J. 

Track, (Cross Country), Yearbook Staff, History Club, 

French Club. 



CHEEKS, THERESA -P/!(/,s/crt/ Education 
3025 Seamon Ave., Balto., Md. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, Physical Educatit)n Club, Intra- 
mural Program, Women's Council, Cheerleaders, 
Choir, Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi, Miss Marvland 
State. 



BATSON, ROBERT -M«.s7c Education 
Route 1, Bo.\ US, Rhodesdale, Md. 
Band, Choir, French Club. 



CHIPPEY, DOLORES -Soc/a/ Science 

3514 Clifton Ave., Balto., Md. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha (Dean of Pledgees). 



BELL, THELMA-Home Economics 
104 Wesley Ave., Balto., Md. 

Home Economics Club, Newman Club, \\'omen's 
Council. 



CHRISTY, EARL-P/it/s(ca/ Education 

P.O. Box 24, Perryman, Mar>'land 

"M" Club, Physical Education Club, YMCA, Footbal 

Team, Baseball Team. 



BERNETT, SHERMAN -Bt/s//iess Education 
Maple Avenue, Bowie, Maryland 
Football, Chess Club, Newman Club, The Ledgei 
Drill Team, Phi Beta Lamda. 



COLLINS, EVEEYN — General Home Econo/nics 
Route 3, Box 300, Princess Anne, Mar\ land 
Home Economics Club, Science Club, Women's 
Council, College Choir. 



BOONE, GLORIA ].- Business Education 
1241 N. Curley St., Balto., Md. 

The Ledger, Phi Beta Lamda, Choir, Women's Coun- 
cil, YWCA. 



CROMWELL, EMIL-Social Science 
554 Alliance St., Havre de Grace, Md. 
History Club, Wesley Foundation, Intramural Foot- 
ball, Omega Psi Phi Fraternit> . 



Senior Directory 



DARLING. W ILLIAM 
SudlersNille. Mar\"laiHl 



Ai:ricultun' Ed. 



GOODWIN, D()UC;LAS M. -Mathematics 

14 Drew C'ourts, CMiaileston, S.C. 

"M" Clul), Nk'n's Senate, YMCA, Lounije CAHuiselor, 

Track, Football, Newiiuui Club. 



DA\"IS. EDWARD-Aiiricuhure Ed. 
404 N. Stoke> St., Ha\re de Grace, Md. 
Alpha Phi Alpha, YMCA, FAA. 



GREEN, BAl{h.\l\.\- Plu/sical Educatiou 

Box 292 A, Elkridge, Mar>land 

Physical Education Club, YWCA, Women'.s Council 

Archonian Club, Choir, Majorette.s. 



DAMS. ]OSEFHlSE ~Bu.sine.ss Ed. 

32.39 Dorithan Road, Balto., Md. 

Alpha Kappa .\Ipha, The Ledger, YWCA, Women's 

Council, Phi Beta Lanida, Yearbook Staff. 



HANLMOND, ALFONSO L.-Physical Education 
Route 2, Jersey Road, Salisbury, Maryland 
YMCA, Men's Senate, Student Go\ernnient, Football 
Intranuuals. 



DA\ IS, RICHARD -Bio/ogy 
16 Cherr> Street, Bridgeton, N.J. 
Track, Scroller Club, "M" Club. 



HARRIS, NOR.MA-Ho»)e Economics 
Route 2, Bo.x 139, Easton, Maryland 
Delta Sigma Theta, Student Coiuiselor Women's 
Council, WesleN' Foundation, YWC'A, Home Econo- 
mics Club. 



DAVAGE. MARGARET- Soc/o/ogy 

•307 Lennox .\\e., Balto., .Md. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, French Club, YWCA, Stage- 

crafters, Canterbur>' Club, Women's Council, Panhel- 

lenic Club. 



SCOTLAND, HARRIS -Ho7?ie Economics 
110 A\'ondale Road, Baltimore, Md. 
Kappa .-Mpha Psi, Fine .\rts Club. 



ELLIS. l-'Al'MCl.\ — Home Economics 
1623 E. Lanvale St., Balto., .\Id. 
Women'.s Council, Home Economics Club. 



HAY, THOMAS A. -Mathematics 

5505 Center .Ax e., Lanham, Marxland 

Y.MCA, Student Counselor, .Men's Senate, Phi Beta 

Sigma, Arnold ,\ir Society, Science Club. 



FENWICK, GEORGE -Phy.sical Education 
1413 .Myrtle .Ave., Baltimore, .Mar\laiid 
Sphinx Club, Newman Club, Phvsical Ed. 
YMCA. 



Club, 



HAY, TIMOTHY S.- Mathematics 

r>5{)5 Center A\e., Lanham, Maryland 

Science Club, YMCA, Men's Senate, Phi Beta Sigma, 

Lounge Counselor, Drill Team, Arnold Air S()ciet\'. 



GEER, CLARINA-. Socio/ Science 
.30.3-40th Street, N.E. W^ashington, D.f:. 
French Club, Histor\ Club, .-\rch(r\, Wi 
Choir, YWCA. 



Club 



li()l,\Il-;s, DOJ^lS-Sodo/ogi/ 

bniitc I, Box 216 A, Princess Aime, .\Id. 

I'rciicli (Mub, Social Science Cllub, Dramatics, Wesley 

}''oni]datioii. 



Senior Directory 



JACKSOX, RAWIOXD- Physical Education 
402 West 148th Street, New York, X.Y. 
Physical Education Ckib, Men's Senate. 



JONES, THELM A -Sociology 
1219 West Street, Wihnington, Del. 
\\'omen's Council, French Chih, YWCA. 



JARRETT, RONALD -Mathematics 

Princess Anne, Nhuyhuid 

Men's Senate, Science Club, Sphinx Club, YMCA. 



KELLY, FRANCES -Soc;o/oK(/ 
2906 E. Federal St., Balto., Md. 
French Club, YWCA, Women's Council, Chess Club. 



JERALD, AMBROSE -Bio/ogy 

143 Oberry Court, Annapolis, Maryland 

Alpha Phi Alpha, Men's Senate, YMCA, Student 

Counselor, Science Club. 



KELLEY, MORGAN CHARLES -Industrial Ed. 
521 N. Gilmore Street, Balto., Md. 
Scroller Club, YMCA, Kappa Alpha Psi, Industrial 
Arts Club {V. Pres.) 



JOHNS, FRANCES -Mathematics 
Route 1, Box 202, Cordova, Maryland 
\\'omen's Council, YWCA, Science Club. 



KEMP, CLARENCE E.- Physical Education 

7 Maple Avenue, Bowie, Maryland 

Physical Ed. Club, Choir, Dramatics Club, Baseball 

(Pitcher), Kappa Alpha Psi (Dean of Pledgees). 



JOHNSON, JACQUELINE DENNIS -£ng/f,s/j 
Route 2, Swan Road, Salisbury, Md. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Student Council, Stu- 
dent Counselor, \\'omen's Council, French Club, Eng- 
lish Club, Fine Arts Club, Chess Club, Choir. 



KENNEDY. DORIS -Home Economics 

Route 2, Box 72, Centre\ille, Md. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Home Economics Club. 



JOHNSON, VIRGIE- Secretarial Training 

R.F.D. 2, Box 86 A, Denton, Maryland 

The Ledger, YWCA, ^^'esley Foundation, Women's 

Council, Student Counselor, Phi Beta Lamda, College 

Choir. 



KILGORE, DELOIS \l. -Business Education 
4106 Springdale A\e., Balto., Md. 
Y\\'CA, Phi Beta Lamda, Women's Council. 



JONES, BETTY A. -Social Science 

1604 Thomas A\e., Balto., Md. 

Pyramid Club, French Club, Angel Flight, Newman 

Club. 



KNIGHT, JOHN T.- Biology 
S21 Walnut Street, Camden, New Jerse\- 
Men's Senate, (Pres.), Arnold Air Societ\- (pres.). 
Alpha Phi Alpha A.F.R.O.T.C. (Squadron Command- 
er), Science Club. 



JONES, JAMES C- Physical Education 

1548 East New York Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

\'arsity Basketball, \'arsity Track and Field, Lampados 

Club, Physical Ed. Club, Men's Senate. 



LEWIS, LEROY -Mathematics 

242.3 Lincoln A\e., Baltimore, Md. 

Kappa Alpha Psi (Polemarch), French Club, Science 

Club. 



Senior Directory 



LOWE, EDXA M. -Business Ed. 

5621 X. Uber St., Phila., Penna. 

Student Council, \\"onien"s Council. YWCA ^^'. Pies.), 

Phi Beta Lanida. Lounge Counselors, Delta Sigma 

Theta. 



NUNNELLY, LEON }.- Physical Education 

1611 Retiest Street, Baltimore, Maryland 

Ph\ sical Ed. Club, Stagecrafters, Drill Team, Arnold 

Air Societ\ , \c\\ man Club, Yearbook Staff. 



MARCUS, CARROLL -Soc;o/()g(/ 

17il.5 E. Oliver St., Baltimore, Md. 

Scroller Club, Editor of the Yearbook, Chess Club, 

Men's Senate, French Club, Art Club, Stagecrafters, 

\\'esle\ Foundation, Lounge Counselor, YMCA. 



NUTTER, ELIZABETH -B/o/o^y 

110 S. Pennell Rd., Lima, Penna. 

Delat Sigma Theta (Pres.), Newman Club, Panhel- 

lenic Council, Science Club, Women's Council, 

Modern Dance Club, French Club. 



MARSHALL. STERLING -Ag 
Upper Marlboro, Mar\land 
F.\.\. YMCA. Alpha Phi Alpha. 



'ulture Ed. 



OWEN, HARROD- Agriculture Ed. 

Plum Point, .Maryland 

NFA, Rifle Club, Science Club. 



NL\SON. JOSEPH -Genera/ Business 
102.3 Ashburton Street, Balto., Md. 
Phi Beta Lamda, (Trea., \'. Pres.), The Ledger, (Edi- 
tor), Sphin.x Club, Student Council, YMCA, Drill 
Team. 



POLK, CLARENCE -Chemistry 

617 Pearl Street, Salisbury, Md. 

Arnold Air Society, Debating Club, Science C]lub, 

French Club, Band, Phi Beta Sigma, Lettermen's 

Club. 



.McCULLOUGH, RONALD E. -General Business 
10.30 Lincoln Ave., Toledo, Ohio 

The Ledger, Basketball Team, Baseball Team, Piii 
Beta Lamda, Sphin.x Club, NEA, Newman Cnub. 



POPE, CEEESTmE-Business Administration 
2514 Sycamore A\'e., Baltimore, Md. 
Women's Council, The Ledger, Phi Beta Sigma, 
Lounge Counselor, (Canterbury Club, Young Women's 
Christian Association, Archery, Yearbook Staff. 



.MEABS. WXEHEEWW A- Business Ed. 
.3814 N. Gratz Street, Phila., Penna. 
Phi Beta Lamda, Cheering Squad, Tlic Ledger, Wo- 
men's Council, YWCA. 



POWELL, WILLIAM R.-Business Education 
Box 233, Route #3, Berlin, Maryland 
Rifle Club, Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, Phi 
Beta Lamda, Stagecrafters, Choir, the Ledger, YMCA. 



MOHf;.AN, \\.\RRV.\- Physical Eduiatinn 

2140 .Madison .Avenue, New York, .N.V. 

Track Team, Baseball Team, Student (Council (Fres.) 

Omega Psi Phi (V. Pres.) Y.MCA, Panlicllcnic Council 

Men's Senate. 



RANDALL, ELAINE -Sw/«/ Science 

39 N. West Street, Annapolis, Nhuyland 

Alpha Kappa Alpha (Pres.), French CClub, English 

Club, Fine Arts CClub, Student CCoiuiselor, Women's 

(Council. 



NEWTON, ROBERT R. -Mathematics 
Route #3, Box 15, Centreville, .Md, 
Men's Senate, .Men's Council, 'i AKCA, Studc ul Coun- 
selor (\'. Pres.), .Science Club, Ali)li;i Plu Alplia. 



RICHARDSON, EARL- Social Science 

Route 1, Box 53, Westover, Maryland 

Student (Council, Paulicllenic (Council, Alpha I^hi 

Alpha, Who's Who. 



Senior Directory 



ROGERS, EARL- Physical Ed. 
633 Belmont Ave., Newark, N.J. 
Physical Ed. Club, Men's Senate. 



SYDNOR, DELORES-Home Economics 

605 Moores Ave., Cambridge, Md. 

Wesley Foundation, Home Economics Club 



YWCA. 



SEABROOK, ALPHONS()-/)i(/u.5fna/ Education 

Bridgeton, N.J. 

M Club, Industrial Club, Football Team. 



TAYLOR, EARL- Agriculture Education 
Route 1, Bo.x 83, Prince Frederick, Md. 
Science Club, YMCA, FAA. 



SELBY, ALFHOKSO -Agriculture Education 
Route 2, Box 289, Pocomoke City, Marsland 
FAA, Men's Council, Student Counselor, Freshman 
Class (Pres.), YMCA (Trea.). 



THOMAS, CLYDE \N. -English 

100 S. Grant Street, Uniontown, Penna. 

Football, "M" Club, French Club, Yearbook Staff, 

Sphinxman English Club. 



SLMPLER, KENNETH R.- Agriculture Ed. 

Route #1, Millington, Maryland 

Veteran's Club, Lounge Counselor, Men's Senate, 

Science Club, Alpha Kappa Mu, Alpha Phi Alpha, 

FAA, Wesley Foundation, Student Counselor, YMCA. 



THOMAS JAMES LAWRENCE -Agncu/fi^re Ed. 
Friendship, Mar\land 
Alpha Phi Alpha, FAA. 



SISCO, GOERGE A.-Agricidture Ed. 

Route 1, Box 115, Rock Hall, Md. 

Omega Psi Phi, FAA, Wesley Foundation, Baseball. 



THOMAS, PERCY -F/i(/.s/crt/ Education 

2619 Aisquith Street, Balto,, Md. 

Physical Education CUdi, Kappa Alplia Psi, Men' 

Senate. 



SMILEY, JESSIE BLAIR- Engl i.sh 
Box 293, Sharptown, Maryland 

English Club, YWCA, French Club, Student Coun- 
selors, Women's Council, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. 



THOMPSON, TiEROME- General Business 

Star Route #2, LaPlata, Mar> land 

Sphinx Club, Canterbur\- Club, Phi Beta Lamda, 

Men's Senate, Ledger, Yearbook Staff. 



SMITH, JAMES \\.-Phycal Education 

2103 N. Ellamont Street, Balto., Md. 

Band, Stagecrafters, Modern Dance Grcmp, Physical 

Education Club, Choir, Chess Club, Arts Club, Men's 

Senate, Kappa Alpha Psi, Wesley Foundation. 



THURMAN, GREALY L.- Building Construction 
Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phi Beta Sigma, Band. 



STANLEY, GLENDOLA-Home Economics 
R.F.D. #1, Box 43, Vienna, Maryland 
Women's Council, YWCA, Wesle\' Foundation, Home 
Economics Club. 



TINCH, AL\ IK — Business Education 

Route 1, Box 60, \\'orton, Mar\lancl 

The Ledger, Phi Beta Lamda, Kappa .\lpha Psi. 



Senior Directory 



TOLSOX. XATHAMEL - Bui/()g(/ 

8015 Rhode Island Ave.. College Park. Md. 

Science Club. Men's Senate. 



WASHIXGTOX. \[\m-Home Economics 
LaPlata, Mainland 



WADDY. DOXA \.- Biology 

328 Delawiu-e A\ e.. Phila., Penna. 

Archonian Club, Science Club. Choir, Xewiuan Club. 



WATKIXS, MELVIN- Social Science 

2546 \V. Lafayette Ave., Balto., Md. 

French Club, YMCA, Lounge Counselor, Stage- 

crafters, \Vesle>' Foundation, Men's Senate, Yearbook 

Staff. 



^\ ALXWRIGHT. LEROY \\ .-Industrial Arts 
298 Superior Street, Havre de Grace. Md. 
Men's Senate, Yeiu-book Staff. Track. 



WEEMS. J AMES -Industrial Arts 
R.F.D. Bo.x 34 L5, Upper Marlboro, Md. 



WALKER, CHARLES -Soc/a/ Science 

906 Spa Road, Annapolis, Md. 

French Club, Sphin.x Club, Men's Senate. 



WALKER, Chinos -Industrial Arts 
Route 1, Bo.x L30, Cordo\a, Md. 

Sphin.x Club. YMCA. Men's Senate, Industrial Arts 
Club. 



W ALLACE. ADDISOX -£ng//.s/i 

Route 2, Box 211, Williamsburg, \a. 

Alpha Phi Alpha, (Y. Pres.), Panhellenic Council 

(Pres.) Football, French Club, "M" Club. 



WILLIAMS, BETTY -Business Education 

Meadowridge Road, Elkridge, Mar\Iand 

Phi Beta Lamda, The Ledger, Women's Council. 



WILLIAMS, EDWARD -Physical Education 

1247 S. Graylock, Phila., Penna. 

Physical Education Club, "M" Club, Kappa Alpha Psi. 



WILLIAMS, JOSEPH -Socfo/ogi/ 
515 Eveshar Ave., Magnolia, X.J. 
Football, Men's Senate, "M" Club. 



WOODS, HELEN -Physical Education 
2135 N. Percy Street, Phila., Penna. 
Physical Education Club, Women's Council. 



WALLIXGTOX, AXXE- Genera/ Business 

900 W. Lexington Street, Balto., .\Id. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha, Student Counselor, Phi Beta 

Lamda, Women's Council. 



YOUNG, HASWELL- History 
Marion Station, Md. 



W ARD, WOODY - Sociology 

2827 Wilson Street, Washington, Penna. 

Football, "M" Club. 



SAXDERS, DF^EOIS- Business Education 
Eastville, Virginia 




Consuella Ariiiwood 




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Edwaicl Bland 



Monterey Banks 



Lillian Bi 







Ned Britt 



Mai\ J. Brook 



Alfrieda Brown 



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Llo>d Butler 



Ccraldinc Cli, 



Livinnloii C^owlinK 



Stephen Ciisjet 





Sadie Dixon 




44 James IJieken.s 




Leslie Donaldson 




Richard Fisher 




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CaroKn Fon 



Brenda Gordi 



Thomas Dopson 



I avne r islier 



Lewis Elliott 



Maurice Foote 



Curtis Gentr\- 



DorotliN Fariiier 




Hichard Forchion 




George Gigante 



Russell Hogan 





Barbiira Holland 





Russell Irvine 



Laurence Hollic!a\- 



Hcinakl Howard 






Brenda Johnson 



James Johnson 



Phyllis Johnson 



Joyce Jones 






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Kenneth K. LaPrinct 



David Louden 



Theodore MeCallarn 



Mary G. McDade 



Paul Marshall 





William Mitch 




Di.nitliN Morton 



William Moaiie 



Frederick Moore 





Annette Moten 



Bernard Muckle 



Joyce Nichols 



Norman Nichol: 





Hector Pagan 



Flovd Finder 



James Privott 



\\"illiam Purnell 



Harry Redd 




Marv Robinson 



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E.irl Roaers 





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Svlvia Scott 



Robert Satchel! 



Bernard Scott 






Curtis Shelton 



Edwin Skinne 



Edward Smith 



Ernestine Stanley 





Kf-rineth htovall 



Kuretia Thaxton 



Calvin B. Thomas 



Myra Thomas 



Alicia Thompson 





Sliirlcv Travers 



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Willie Washington 



Hii\niiHKl WasliiTiKtc 




Gladstone Waters 



O'del Wheelei 



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Everett L. Whitnev 




Walter Williams 




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Kriicrson Boo/ci 52 iJlis llnsl. 




Jaiiies Bowling 



Mildred Bowman 




Pamela B<; 




Samuel M. Brisc 





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Rosiilie Cornish 




Bernard 11. Carter 





Lawrence ("handler 




Leonard Clay 



Joseph C:olardo 



Nathan Collins 






Rose Dailey 



Chaiincey Cordell 54 Marshall Cr(.p))ei 




Leslie Gaine 



Huliert Graham 





Jolm C,ict.-n 



Obic Gr 




William Gret 





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JoAini lleiiipliiil 




Sainiit-I Horsey 





Alice Howard 56 Arnold Is, Hull 




Clifton Jones 



John Jones 



Earle Jones 57 



Esta Jones 




JaiM.-s Liirm,,, 



Aloha Lin(ls(^v 



l^iiKild LuiicK 



Malxl Morton 




Jr-ari MtKridt 





William Mail.los 



Isaial, \lrK.Ti/ic 58 



joal, Macl.los 




Melva E. Muv 



Al\in Xealt 



uiime .\i\< 



Marguerite Nock 






Harr\ R. Parker 



Isaiah Oakley 59 



Halpli Fallen 






\\ illiani Perrv 



Richard Peters 




Pernio L. People.. Jr. 



CJeoiKe Pettigrew 




.\Iodarina Frvf>r 



Le<inar(i Haiiiev 



Saral, Pun, .11 



60 .\Iyrlle Paiiiey 




Dasid Rice 




Tlu"ocli>ie Robinson 



Mack H. Ransonie 




Nina Sample 



Christine Satterwhite 



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Mai\ Sesson: 




Plivllis Seward 



Paul H. Shuturd 



Michael Shelton 61 Robert W. Shelton 




Jfffcry 7'ijriifr 



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Louis Williams 



Paul D Wiles 



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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 





Jerome E. Adams 



Sallie M. Adams Alfred C. Alexander, Jr. Earline D. Allen 



01i\ia Askins 




MariKn Bailev 



Harrv Ballard Bettie Mae Baltimore 



Leo Bateman 



Audre>' C. Bayneum 




U ilijam Belk 



Eselvn \'. Benson Loretta E. Booth 



Rol)ert Bowers 



Adrienne Braitlnvaite 




Curtis hii'4.1 



Carolyn Brooks 



Dclorisc Hrowr 



Eula Brown 



Freda Maxine Br 




John E. Brown 



Shirle\ Brown 



Dennis Butlt-r 



Odis Cain 



Mariorie Cam 




Ethel Cev 



Paul Ce\is 



Francesca Chase 



Roland Cha 



Christine Christon 




Dorothv Christi; 



Barbara Mae Clark 



L.C. Clark 



Orease Cohen 



Sel>aniek Cook 




Tyrone Copeland 



Oliva Corbin 



William Cornish 



Diane Cottinghani 



Silas E. Craft 




William Klli-onjr 



Shirley Firjiicy 



WilliHiii Franklin William L, FniKlcrhurk Betty J. Carrctt 




Zuella Gayle 




Dorris C. .Gibson 



Mary Gilbert 



Freddie L. Gi 



Charles Golden 




Clifton J. Gordy, Jr. Clyde N. Green, Jr 



Robert Green 



Thomas C. Green Rufus A. Greene 




Carl Greenfield 



Charles Grei 



Leroy Griffin Alfonzo Cwinies, Jr. \l\rtle Hairston 




John Hamilton Harold Hammond Connie M. Haride 



Harrel Hav 



Robert Hearn 




BeverK Hilton 



Edward J. Hines 



William Hogan 



Mary Holland 



Edwin Hood 




Charles Howard 



\'irginia Hudson 



JoAnna Hynson 



Charles Hueston 



Maurice S. Isaac 




Donald Jackson William Jackson, Jr. Olivia Jefterit 



Dwight Johnson 



Ernest Joh 




Frederick L. Johnson f.orrnan S. Johnson Leon Johnson 



Mary M. Joliusoii Haymond Johnson 




Thomas C. Joli 



\'an Johnson 



William Johnson Michael S. Jolley 



Richard A. Jones 



Ronald C. Jones 



Cheryl Jordan 



Carver King 




Pc««s A. Jon. 




Charlie Joyner, Jr. Nettie Kimbrow 




George E. Knight, Jr. Terrence P. Lastique Philip A. Louden James G. Lunnermon 



Gloria A. .Marshall 



Llovd Mason 



Grace .Matthi 






Quentin McCo\ 




Jern. McGrift" Randall O. McKniaht Rotlell McLauu 



Eleanor Mc\ av 



Hobart R. Meekins 




Horace Mickey 



Beverly Lake Amnion Leon, Jr. 



James Mil 



Penv E. Milton 




Kenneth Mitchell Laurence Mitehel 



Llovd L. Mitten 



Arnold Moore 



William Moore 




Jiianita Morres 



Maryo L. Morris 



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Hiirace Nutter 



Jacqueline" \. Odds 



James Osbor 



Arleen C. Parker 




Brenda Ann Parker Laura B. Parker Sheila M. Parker 



Marie Parson 



Phvllis Peadleton 




William Pierce 



Flovd \'. Pirtle 



\irginia Polk 



Jane Ponder 



Clara Potts 




Erick Hichardson 



Birdella Ross 




Charlotte Russell G. LaXerne Sample 



XaiK\ Sa\age 



George Savo\' 




Grafton Sconion 



Fletcher Scott 



Marvin A. Scott 



Diane Sewell 



Arthur She 





Carolyn Shtppard 



Rov Shirit 



Fred 1). Shrieves 



Ida J. Shrivt 



Everitt S. Sinnns 




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Kugene L. Skinner 



-Orexel Smith 



Gregory A. Snnth 



Jai.ics T. Siiiith jainrs Thoinas Sniill 




Thomas M. Sniitli 



T\ri)ne Smith 



Xorrita M. Sollers 



Clau.Ha StaliK 



Eugene Stephens 




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John Sterrett 



Barhara Stokes 



Barbara H. Tavlor 



Charlotte Taylor Dwight ]. Taylor 





Harold D. Taylor Robert E. Tavlor Sh\rleen ToacK ii 



George Trotter 



Tomnn Tueker 




Helen E. Wall William D. \\almsle\ Armstead Ward 



James Ward C:hristopher W ant 




Patrick Watkins 



\alerie Watts 



Eleanor Wells 



Robert White 




Diane Wiggins 



C% nthia Williams Gregor\' \'. Williams James A. Wilson 



Nathan Wilson 




George Wright Stephanie Stephens Charles Ro 





A leader is best, when people barely know that he exists. 
\ Witter Bi'Miner 



1964-65 Student Leaders 
Present 

CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 




The Angel Flight 

The name of our Angel Flight is "The Jennie \'. Williams Flight". It is 
an honorar>- ser\ice organization of selective and dedicated women of Mary- 
land State College. 

The objectives of The Angel Flight include the following: 

To ad\ance and promote interest in the Air Force. 

To obtain information concerning the military services. 

To aid in the progress of the Arnold Air Society. 

To act as official hostesses for and to participate in social activities of the 

.\.\S and AFROTC. 



MEMBERS SEATED: Euretia Tlia.\- 
ton, Lillian Jackson, Regina Humaine, 
Dmis Leigh, .\lolia Lindsey, Capt. 
MeCoiinick — Ad\ isor. Standing: 
Man- Gilbert, Eliga Myster, Bett\' 
Baltimore, Mar\' Johnson, Dorothy 
Christian, Mary McDade, X'ashti 
Saunders, Brenda .^nne Parker, Diana 
Sewell, Jeanette Brown, Charlotte 
Russell, Mar\- Sessoms. 



.^BNOLD .^IR SOCIETY MEM- 
BERS .ARE: OIlie Kates, Wayne 
Fisher, Floyd Finder, Riehard 
Forchion, John T. Knight, Thomas 
Hay, Stephen Cuyjet, Samuel 
Horsey. Back Row: Captain James 
.McCormick 'Advisor), Chauncey 
Cordell, David Greer, Linwood 
Foster, Edward Proctor, Albert 
Cooks, U ilbert Pitts. 



The Arnold Air Society 

The Arnold Air Society is a professional honorary service organization of 
selected AFROTC Cadets from 167 of the Nation's leading Colleges and Univer- 
sities. It is a private tax exempt, Non-profit organization with a membership of 
approximately 5500 during each academic year. 




THE ENGLISH CLUB: Mrs. Mary F. 
Burks (Advisor), Elaine Randall, 
Sandra L. Brown, Addison Wallace, 
Jacqueline Johnson, Madonna Pryor, 
Kenneth LaPrience, Genieve Cannon, 
Clyde Thomas, Esta Jones, P. John- 
son, A. Polk, J. Sniile\'. 




The English Club 



The Home Economics Club 




Left to right vseated*: Gwendo- 
l>Ti Smith, Mrs. M. B;irliee 
Boone— Advisor, William Mad- 
dox — President, QitoKti Foy, 
Rachel Bennett. Standing: 
Donald Lundy, John Jones, .\1- 
tred .\lexander, Paul Ce\ is, 
Carxer King, William Walmes- 
ley, Morgan Dilver. 




The Canterbury Club 



The Canterbury Club is a religious organization sponsored by the Episcopal 
Church. The primary purpose of the Canterbury Club is to promote a desire among 
students to attend church regularly and to enrich the life of students by participating 
in church activities. 



Newman Club 



The Newman Club is an organization composed of Cath- 
olic Students. The club meetings acquaint students with 
various information about their religion. 




OFFICERS: Deloris Farmer, Presi- 
dent; Brenda Johnson, Vice President; 
Marilyn Bailey, Secretary; Edward 
Proctor, Treasurer. 




— OFFICERS: James A. 
Ellzy, President; Alviii 
T i 11 ell , \' i ee - Pre s i d e 1 1 1 ; 

Virgie Johnson, Secretary; 
Kenneth Simpler, Treasurer. 



Wesley Foundation 

The Wesley Foundation strives to be an instrument of 
God's love acting and bearing witness tor God on the campus.; 
Those persons related to the Wesley Foundation are called 
upon to represent and to be the Methodist Church at work 
within the college and college community. 



Baptist Student Union 

The Baptist Student Union, a xoluntary Christ-centered, church related 
movement among college students, lias been defined as the link between the 
college student and the Baptist church. 

Its program is planned to meet the basic needs of college students, 
namely: 

(1) Spritual awakening; 

(2) Intellectual approach in search for truth; 

(3) An involvement in and dedication to everyday Christian living and 
services. 

The first Baptist Student Union was established on Jul\ 10, 1945 at Nash- 
ville, Tennessee, due largely to the efforts of Rev. E.W.D. Isaac and S.E. 
Grinstead. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION -Left to 
right. First row: William Crutchfielcl, 
Phyllis W. Catlett-Viee President, Am- 
brose Jerald- President, Connie Hardie, 
John Barber, Veronica Bess. Second row: 
Ardenia Davenport, Barbara A. Stokes, 
Doris Leigh, Earline Allen, JoAnn Davis, 
Janice Tilgnian, Elease Yancey. Third 
row: James B. Abram — Advisor, Silas 
Craft, Alphonso Grimes, James A. Dick- 
ens, John Brown, Carl Kelly, Dennis But- 
ler, Tyrone Ross. 





THE LEDGER: Mv. Rocker, Miss Fe 
guson (Advisors) E. Boweiis, S. Traver, 
j. EllzN-, R. Foichioii, S. Scott, C. Thoma 
\'. Johnson, A. Moten, ], Mason, J. Jone 
M. Brooks, L. Hendricks, \'. Saunder 
M. Slielton, M. Scssoms, M. Thoma 



The Ledger 



Men of Honor 



"M" 

Letter 

Club 




OFFICERS: Cynthia Alton, President; 
Edna Lowe, Vice President; Myra J. 
Thomas, yecretar\-; Ernestine Stanley, 
Asst. Secretar\; \'ashti Saunders, 
Treasurer. 






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Women's Council 



The purposes of the Women's Council are to provide a means for solving 
minor problems of women students that need not be taken before the dis- 



.i.i.iui jjiuuic-iiis ui women sruaenrs tnai ncc-u uui ue laxen oerore tne ens 
ciplinary committee, act as a medium between the student body and the ad 
mini^tr^Hnn .,nrl ..vo,,ide the Students with a means of contributing to student 



ministration and prov 
government. 



The Men's Senate 

The Men's Senate is a campus organization comprised of the male pop- 
ulation. It is designed to help shape the cultural ethical and moral character 
of the young men of the Maryland State College Campus. On occassions the 
Senate works jointly with the Women's Council. 




Seated: Donald Lund\-, .\ddison 
Wallace, Thomas Hay, John T. 
Knight, President. Dean Harris, 
Advisor, Rev. A. Cash, Samuel Hor- 
sey, Doglas Hutchins, Edward 
Proctor, Ambrose Jearld, James 
Dickens, Sterling Marshall, Jerome 
Thompson. 




Future Agriculturists of America 



Industrial Arts Education Club 

The purposes of this club are to create a closer relationship between 
Industrial Arts Education Majors and their Instructors, and to aid the stu- 
dents in developing good character both academically and socially. 




OFFICERS: T. Cowling, President; 
Emerson Boozer, Vice President; 
Edward Smith, Secretary; James 
Weenis, Treasurer. 




OFFICERS: Edna Lowe, President; 
Frances Kelley, \'ice President; Myra 
Thomas, Secretary; Marva Ringgold, 
Asst. Secretary. 



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The Young Women's Christian Association 



The Young Men's Christian Association 

The Young Men's Christian Association we regard as being in its essen- 
tial genius, a world-wide fellowship of men and boys united by a common 
loyalty to Jesus Christ for the purpose of developing Christian personalit\ 
and building a Christian society. 





Student Counselors 



The Science Club 

The Science Cluli was organized for the purpose of giving majors and 
minors in the field of Science the opportuinity to broaden experiences and 
knowledge in biological concepts outside the classroom. 




"Witli a Fellowship Sincere and Rare" 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 




Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was the first Greek 
letter organization for Negro women. The organiza- 
tion dedicates itself to the "service of all mankind. " 
Some of its purposes are to promote unity and friend- 
ship among college women, to encourage high schol- 
astic anfl ethical standards, to improve the social status 
of the race, and to keep alive all interest in college 
life and the progressive movements. 



SORORS of Alpha Kappa Alpha are: Brenda Barne.s, Maigunite 
Knox, Sandra Lee Brown, Ella Bowen, Myra Thomas, Arfhurine 
Nixon, Brenda Gordon, Not Shown; Delorse Chippey, Theresa 
Cheeks, Margarite Davuge, Elaine Randall, Jactjueline Johnson, 
Zelina Adams, Regina Humaine, Lillian Jackson, X'iola Hall, Anne 
Wallington, Ruth Harmon, Melva Murray. 



"Wg Cherish Thy Precepts." 




Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 



Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our motto, 
"First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all," 
it has been an endeavor of Alpha Phi Alpha to make 
this axiomatic truth a living reality. Further, the chapt- 
er has always held as its most influential attributes, 
manly deeds, scholarship and love for all mankind. 



MEMBERS are: Harry Redd, Richard Forchion, Clifford A. Jones, 
JoAnn Hemphill (Sweetheart), Addison Wallace, Ambrose Jerald, 
Earl Jones, Charles Weedon, Edward Davis, Richard Cain, James 
Dickens, Larry Brogden, Livingston Cowling, Samuel Briscoe, 
Sterling Marshall, James W'ellons (Advisor), Robert Batson, John 
Knight, Raymond Washington, Horace Wilson, Donald Lund\-, 
Clinton Huff, Edward Bland, Daniel Savoy, Carl Williams, XOT 
SHOWN: Louis Elliott, Douglas Hutchins, Robert Xewton, Ken- 
neth Simpler, Abraham Lockett, Earl Richardson, Mack Ransome, 
Francis Tolson, Ralph Paden, Ah in Xeele, James Thomas. 



Brothers join in hymn after founders day program. 



Founder's Da\ Banquet 




"Delta, We Praise Thee." 



Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 



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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded at How- 
ard University, Washington, D.C. in 1913. The pur- 
[Kjse of the sorority is to encourage high cultural and 
scholastic standards and to lift the ideal of finer 
womanhood. 



SORORS of Delta Sigma Theta are; Vashti Saunders, Elizabeth 
Nutter, Joyce Jones, Annetta Green, Phyllis Catlett, Agatha Blair, 
Eurethia Thaxton, Christine Satterwhite, Mary Sessonis, Ann 
Washinj^ton, Nina Sample, Not Shown: Cynthia Alton, Sharon 
Cann, Norma Harris, Carlene Sturf^is, Jessie Smiley. 



''Omega, Dear Omega 



Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 




Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on Novem- 
ber 17, 1911, at Howard University in Washington, 
D.C. Believing that men of similar ideals and princi- 
ples should bind themselves together in a common 
bond of brotherhood. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was 
founded upon these Four Cardinal Principles: Man- 
liood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift. We are 
ever grateful to our founders, Edgar A. Love, Oscar 
Cooper, Frank Coleman, and Ernest Just, for a Fra- 
ternity of brotherhood and fellowship which shall 
stand as a glowing light tor all men who pledge them- 
selves to such principles. 



MEMBERS are; William Northam, Jonathan Hall, Chester McLin, 
Donald Sydnor, Fred Moore, Ronald Howard, Clarence Cuffee. 
Not Shown: Eniil Cromwell, Warren Morgan, George Sisco, Les- 
lie Gaines. 



"From Thee Well Never Part." 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 




Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternit\' was founded by Elder 
\V. Diggs, along with nine other men on the 5th of 
Januarx, 1911, at the Uni\ersit\' of Indiana, and was 
incorporated April 15, 1915, as the first Negro frater- 
nit>- in the state. The purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi is 
achie\ement. It strives to inspire its members to do 
Noble deeds and gain positions of usefulness to man- 
kind. 



BROTHERS are: Alex Jeflerson, Theodore Robinson, Arthur Jen- 
kins, Alvin Brooks, Stephen Cuyjet, Carl J. Kellv, Obie Gravely, 
John Barber, Olie Kates, NOT SHOWN: Norman Scott, Harley 
Morris, Eddie Williams, Scotland Harris, Elmer Brooks, Percy 
Thomas, James Smith, Clarence Kemp, Leroy Lewis, James A. 
Ellzy, Morgan Kelly, Alvin Tinch, Richard Peters, Vincent Jones, 
Nathan Collins. 



Kappa's celebrating Founders Day. 




"With Fervent Hearts We Pray" 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had its beginning at Howard 
University, January 16, 1920. A member of the Phi 
Beta Sigma Fraternity Charles Robert, Samuel Taylor, 
spoke to a young lady, Arizona Cleaver, coneerning 
the establishment of a sister organization and asked 
her if she would endeavor to establish such an organi- 
zation at the University. The young lady willingly 
accepted the task and immediately began to work on 
it. 



SORORS are: Ella Hill, Mary Robinson, Montery Banks, Madonna 
Pryor, Rachel Bennett, Geneva Cannon, Carolyn Doswell, Joan 
Maddox, Dorothy Norton. 



''\VelI Thunder Back Along The Line." 



Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 




Alpha Chapter was estabUshed on May 4, 1914, 
and the first initiation with 14 men was held. 

Beta Chapter at \\ iley College was established on 
\o\ernber 15 by Herbert L, Ste\ens, and authori/ed 
b> the general board. 

Phi Beta Sigma's first conclave was held in Wash- 
ington, D.C. December 27-30 in the year of 1916 and 
the fraternit>' was incorporated on JaiHjar\' 31, 1920. 



ME.MBERS are: Lloyd Butler, Oliver Greene, Floyd Pinder.Tln 
as A. Hay, Clarence Polk, Timothy S. Hay, Members Not Sho 
John Smith, Howard Lyle.s, Grealey Thornian. 






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\ utor\. \ictor\. that's our crv, \'-I-C-T-0-K-Y! 



Hawks out tlieie. 





A soul sister of thf/ Hawk fainily leads the Hawks in siriKing "Hoh 



They were good Aggies, "But 1 tokl them thai lhe\ ucrcM't 
ready for the Hawks." 



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Why did the Hawks have to he so rougli? 





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Miss Maryland State 



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Charming Theresa Cheeks reigned with quiet distinction as Miss 
Maryland State during 1964. A Physical Education major who believes 
in keeping physically fit. Our Queen comes to us from Baltimore, Mary- 
land and is quite active in the following organizations; Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sorority, Physical Education Club, Women's Council, Cheer- 
leaders and Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity for two years. 
Keeping busy, winning friends, looking beautiful: These are just a few 
of thf manv talents rif our '64 Miss MSC. 



Miss Maryland State's 
Attendants 




Junior Class Elsie Walston 

Sophomore Class Brenda Barnes 

Senior Class Elizabeth Nutter 

Freshman Class Connie Hardie 



Homecoming Floats 



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Queen Cheeks leads the Homecoming Parade 



Lovely Elsie Walston represents the 
Junior Class 



Beautiful Mermaid Brenda Barnes represents the 
Sophomore Class 




Charming MeKa Murrav' represents the 
Phvsical Education Club 





Smiling Rachael Bennett represents Phi Bata 
Sigma 





The temple of art is built of words. Painting and sculpture and 
music are but the blazon of its windows, borrowing all their signif- 
icance from the light, and suggestive only of the temple's uses. 

]. G. Holland 



Our Heritage in Music 

College Choir in Concert 



Eva Tesse, Director 




Dr. Jessie Directs Choir 




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Edward Hutchinson, Accompanist 




Choir in Christmas Concert 




College Choir, Norman Nichols, Soloist 





Cfjllcj4f Choir, William Atterhury, Solfjist 



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College (Jhoir, Madonna Pryor, Soloist 




We are the Music-makers, 

And we are the dreamers of dreams 
Wandering by lone sea-breakers. 

And sitting by desolate streams; 
World-losers and world-forsakers. 

Of whom the pale moon gleams: 
Yet we are the movers and shakers 

Of the world for ever, it seems. 
Arthur O'Shaughnessy 




Joan Hemphill 



Dennis Butler 



Brass Sextet 





Edward Bland, Norman Nickols, William Moaney, 
Robert Batson, Thomas Smith, Author Jenkins. 



Let's Have a Hootenanny 





You must ne\er let a dollar pass \ou b\ . 



The Viberatones rock the gym. 




( .iirst star from New York City??? 
The Blue & Whites put life into the program. Melva Murray dances to Slaughter on 5th Avenue. 





The Young Men s Christian Association 





Cluster Conference: Local YMCA serving as host, 
Rev. Cash, J. Wetzel, Johnson, Boardley. 



Group discusses "Bov" and "A Study in Color. 





Mr. Boardley and Miss Johnson chat with delegates 
at the conference. 



All good things must come to an end. 



Ifs Christmas Time in the City 
Christmas Party Scenes 










Stor>- telling time at the Kiddies Christmas Party. Santa P-L-E-A-S-E, I'd rather do it myself. 

Let's Have a Carnival 





Garr> .Moore enters Carnival, Munson pops corn 
and other Y-Members look on. 



Suppose I don't win??????????? 



B-I-N-G-O 



Oh well. You can't win everytime. 





The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him 
in other men the conviction and the will to carry on. 

Walter Lippmann 





President honors student leaders with banquet in 
their honor. 



Senior student leaders hold assembly. 





Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight holds joint 
assembly. 



Students participate in campus clean-up campaign. 



Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges 

Who's who in American Uni\"ersities and College honors primarih', the \outh of to- 
day's colleges and uni^■ersities, supporting the theor\' that an>- job well done deserves 
praise. Each overt form of recognition pro\ides encouragement and helps in securing a firm 
hold on the first rung of his ladder to success. Thus, it need not necessarily take a lifetime to 
reach the top of this all important ladder. 




CYNTHI.\ .\LTOX (Business Educa- 
tion i— Sec. to the Student Council, 
Miss ROTC il96.3t Ledger (Editor) 
.\lpha Kappa Mu Honor Societv', Wo- 
men's Council (Pres.) Delta Sigma 
Theta Sorority, Sweetheart (Scroller 
Club). 





CURTIS GENTRY (Physical Educa- 
tion)— Physical Ed. Club, Student. 
Council (Vice President) Baseball 
team. Football Team, "M" Club. 





TIMOTHY HAY (Mathematics) - 
Executive Officer of Cadets AFROTC 
Men's Senate, YMCA, Science Club, 
Dramatics Club, Phi Beta Sigma Fra- 
ternity, Statistician Football. 



ELIZABETH .NUTJER (Chemis- 
try)— Science Club, English Club, Le 
Cercle Francois, .Modern Dance 
Group, Pep Squad, .\ewrnan Club, 
College Choir, Pan Hellenic Council, 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Majorette. 



KENNETH SIMPLER (Agriculture) - 
YMCA 'Sec.) Men's Senate, Future 
Farmers of America, Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity. 



CLARENCE POLK (Chemistry) - 
Arnold Air Society (Commander) 
Science Club, Le Cercle Francois, 
Dramatic Club, Phi Beta Sigma Fra- 
ternity. 





EARL RICHARDSON (Social Sci- 
ence)— Alpha Kappa Mu Honor So- 
ciety, Commandant to Cadets, Arnold 
Air Society, Senior Class President, 
Le Cercle Francois, Student Council, 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. 



Time You Were Here 




Campus Visitors 



Coppin State College 




For the past 2 years Maryland State College and Coppin State College have had cul- 
tural exchange programs in the spring. Students from M.S.C. present a program at an assem- 
bly at Coppin, featuring the choir, dance and dramatics groups. A similar presentation is 
given at M.S.C. by students from Coppin State. This kind of educational exchange tends to 
stimulate greater interest in the arts at both institutions. 

Plans are underway to expand the program to include more ot the colleges in the 
vicinitv'. 





There is music even in the beauty, and the 
silent note which Cupid strikes, far sweeter 
than the sound of an instrument; for there is a 
music wherever there is a harmony, order, or 
proportion; and thus far we may maintain the 
music of the spheres. 

Religio Medici. Part II, Sect. IX 





Maryland State 
College 
^\ Presents 



Lionel Hampton 

In 

Concert 




Honored Guests 




Baltimore Svmphony Orchestra in Concert 



"The language of tones belongs equally to all Mankind, and 
melody is the absolute language in which the musician speaks 
to every heart." 

Ricliard Wagner, Beethoven 





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Kentucky Wesleyan College in Concert 



Don Cossack Dancers 



Special Recitals 




Miss Delores Ivory, Soprano 





Kerniit Moore, Callist 



lohn Ballard, Folk Singer 



Distinguished Visitor 




Author Ashe, National Indoor Tennis Champion. 




Campus beauties receive autographs from a real 
champ. 




National Champ gives our Champ a few points on the 
game. 




Phi Nu Pi is our .Motto; Achievement is our goal. The 
Champ is a KAPPA 




Judge Robert V. Franklin 
Municipal Court, Toledo, Ohio 



All speach, written or spoken, is a dead lan- 
guage, until it finds a willing and prepared 
hearer. 

R. L. Stevenson 




Malvin R. Goode 
American Broadcasting Co., New York, Speaker 
for Alpha Phi Alpha Founders Day Program. 




Mrs. Whitney M. Young, Jr. 

Assembly speaker for Women' 

Personnel Department 




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E.xtending felicitations to Mrs. Young following assembly pro- 
gram: Left to right: Dean Boone, Mrs. L. Smith, and Miss E. 
Harris. 



The 17th Annual 
Design For Living Week 

MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 
Princess Anne, Maryland 

March 14, 15, 16, 17, 1965 — -- 



THEME: 'THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE COLLEGE IN A 
CHANGING SOCIAL ORDER" 

WHAT IS "DESIGN FOR LIVING WEEK"? 

The rehgious freedom that is ours gives to American students the priv- 
ilege of examining the basic tenets of their religious faith. For the past 17 
years Marv'land State College has set aside a week during which students 
may gi\e, special attention to their religious heritage. Thus each year on the 
campus, a week is designated and opportunities are given for students and 
facult\- to think through and share their religious convictions. Under the 
direction of outstanding leadership, it is our purpose to re-examine the con- 
victions to \arious phases of our common campus life. 

OBJECTIVES 

1. To encourage campus-wide thought and action within the framework of 
a religious approach to life. 

2. To foster more interest and better understanding among faculty and stu- 
dents of the importance of religion and religious values in higher educa- 
tion. 

3. To emphasize the role of Christian Service — Its appeal, demand, and 
challenge in the unification of a divided world. 

4. To strengthen the foundations of the Eternal Verities in our lives so that 
we may become more unified in thought, purpose, understanding, and 
right action for the good of all mankind. 



Design For Living Week Speakers 





Rev. Robert T. Newbold, Jr., Pastor of Grace United 
Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Maryland. 



Rev. Robert R. Johnson, Chairman of Committee on 
Church Extension and Home Missions of the New 
York City Congregational Church Association. 





Rev. H. Alexander Baron, Pastor of the Nazarene Con- Rev, William Herbert Grav, Ir., Pastor of Br.ght Hope 

gregational Church of Brooklyn, New York. , , 7 Baptist Church, Philadelpiiia, Pennsylvania. 



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You're On Candid Camera 




CAN YOU TELL A FRATERNITY BY THE SHOES THEY WEAR? 



A Day To Remember 







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Boozer the bruiser 
* Mackey the Tipper 
Gentry the Rabbit 
Donaldson the Shaker 



FOUR LIGHTNING BACKS 



Shell, Ward, Duncan, 
Smith, Cropper, Williams 




STALWARTS OF THE FORWARD WALL 



Three bruisers for four years, about to hang it up. 
(Each has signed professional contracts). 




John Smith 
Joseph Williams 
Woodv Ward 



Hawks Leaving The Nest 





Alphonso Seabrook — Guard 




Joseph William — End 
Clyde ThnmHS — Quarterback 




John Smith, Tackle 




Woody Wiud — Tackle 



Douglas Goodwin — Fullback 



Percy Thonvds - Quarterback 



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Game Shots 




In the pileup 




Clay breaks into the open 











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Halftime 



Goodwin tries to turn the corner 





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Boozf-r is on his way aj^ain 



Cropper about to haul one in 



Game Shots 





Scrambling Stukes 



Clay in the pileup 



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Duncan is almost free 




Hurt, Donaldson, Pagan close in 




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Homecoming weather 




COACHING STAFF: Backfield Coach Nathaniel Taylor, 
Head Coach Roosevelt Gilliam, Line Coach Clifton Anderson 




Tackli- John Srriit}i sit;ns his contract witli the Pros. 




James Privot, Guard 







Emerson Boozer, Halfback 





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Langston Duncan, Guard 



James Johnson, Tackle 



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The Stringpoppers of the Hardwood 




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STANDING: J. Jones, W. Taylor, J. Richmond, R. Poatee, R. Smith, C. Cuffee, J. Smith. KNEELING: S. Jackson, E. Williams, K. Goldsmith, 
Johnson, F. Gill, O. Morris. 




Captain — Eddie Williams 




Shelly JacksQii 





Jininiie Jones 




Ronald (Smiley) Smith 




Oliver Morris 



Kenneth Goldsmith 





Jackson guns a bucket 



Jones leaps for a rebound 





Smilcv i^ets one off 



Kenny's hoolc shot 





Big Joe moves into position 



Jones puts away a crip 





Morris lets one go 



Kebouiiding 



The Speedsters Of "1965" 




BACK LEFT: Cayenne, Johnson, Golden, Crawford, Pierce, Grimes, Cooks, Paden, Cohen, Alexander, Walker. KNEELING: C. Morris, Biship, 
Jones, Wilson, Mitchell, King. SEATED: H. Morris, Skinner, Rogers, Brown, Stovall. 




Maryland State's magnificant varsity mile Relay Team: Robert Brown, Harley Morris, Edwin Skinner, and Earl Rogers. 





M.S.C.'s Olympian 
Edwin Skinner 



Anchor man deluxe 

Earl Rogers 





James Liggins 

A long legged speedster 



Ronnie Wilson 

His return added a spark 




\".')l lll-.C, MM. I Oi HSOMI, !■, li..L" I , I l>i««iris, K. Stovall and K. Brown, 



Ha\vks From Trinidad 





Benedict Cayenne 



Carver King 




In Memoriam 




MRS. JOHN V. STRICKLAND 



Love, sweetness, goodness, in her person shin'd. 

Milton 



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1965 



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Princess Anne, Md. 



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